If Intel's US$300 Million Ultrabook fund is able to successfully kick start this category of cheap, ultra-portable laptops, we may have on our hands the best business-class machines.
Sure we know Ultrabooks are actually Intel's way of saying the world shouldn't be deprived of Windows based ultra portable notebooks, because their latest processors are powerful and efficient enough to power the sveltest of svelte machines.
And if this OSX-less category takes off, Intel would effectively be selling twice as many processors. Win for all.
Today, PC World gives us four very compelling reasons why these up and coming Ultrabooks wouldn't just appeal to regular users.
The gist of the article is basically telling us why the very premise of the Ultrabook is made for the enterprise environment, and we can't agree more.
Our review of the MacBook Air, and the Samsung Series 9 already shows the virtues and capabilities these tiny machines have just what it takes to take over the corporate world.